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Have you ever practiced falconry. The art of raising falcons and other birds of prey.


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Greetings Kyra. It is a true pleasure to meet you.

I was wondering what you like to do in your spare time, aside from any dawnflower duties.
Do you like to just lie back and relax? Read up on books to further your knowledge? Have fun hanging out with your companions etc?

Do you have any particular hobbies mabye?


............... I think we need to send out a search party, I think our favourite Cleric has been Rogue-Napped!

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HalfOrcHeavyMetal wrote:
............... I think we need to send out a search party, I think our favourite Cleric has been Rogue-Napped!

She wishes.

No, no...I've been fairly busy. My apologies. I will endeavor to address those questions posed soon.

Well, maybe not the silly ones.


Our exotic beauty returns to us!

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oh no... erm we're cool now right Kyra?


Hi Kyra!!!!!!!!


Hi again Kyra...

...that creepy guy in the hat sure gets around... do you think it's spying on us?

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oh no... erm we're cool now right Kyra?

<narrows eyes>

<stares....wordlessly>


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Fight!

Fight!

FIGHT!!!

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I'll be going...*edges away*


Kyra,

You seem to like Merisiel a lot despite the fact that she never stops flirting with you.

Would you miss it if she were to stop?


(Waits not so patiently for this question's answer...)

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Why do these questions about Merisiel's and my relationship keep coming up?
<narrows eyes> Merisiel is paying you to ask these pointed questions...isn't she?

(sigh) It is true that this flirting thing is part of our everyday banter. It can be a bit much, especially when it first started, but I have become used to it after all these years. It is expected.

Would I miss it? If Meri stopped, I would instantly assume possession, or a shapeshifter.

So, it does have some utility.

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Gern Blacktusk wrote:
Who is most likely to end up running for their life pantless? Merisiel, Valeros or Lem?

Valeros. MOST DEFINITELY.

In fact, I believe that has already occurred....


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Yay! I have Kyra utility!!!!


Kyra Sief al Kiraan wrote:
Gern Blacktusk wrote:
Who is most likely to end up running for their life pantless? Merisiel, Valeros or Lem?

Valeros. MOST DEFINITELY.

In fact, I believe that has already occurred....

Was that from the bath-house incident or another situation entirely?

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To the Lady Kyra Sief al Kiraan,

I am curious as to your thoughts on a couple subjects if you will indulge me.
Thank you for your time. May blessings be upon you in your struggles and in your work for Sarenrae.

With Warm Regards,

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First about Valeros. I am familiar with his early history so I ask you this: While his physical bravery is not to be question, do you think Valeros is a moral coward?

No. Valeros may be a prideful idiot, and a man-child sometimes, but he is no coward. I've seen him make difficult decisions that needed to be made.

Second. This is not meant to provoke you or demean your goddess, I am simply asking for the perspective of one of her Faithful. So with that in mind: What are your thoughts that despite Sarenrae being a goddess of redemption Shelyn seems to have better success at redeeming people?

Shelyn is....better? How so? I believe Shelyn calls to those who want to be redeemed, but cannot find their way back easily. The Dawnflower is quite the opposite...looking to defeat evil, but giving those who commit evil a final chance to redeem themselves. But, in all things, it is not a competition among gods.

Third. A man by the name of Anaetis recently succeeded in passing the test of the Star Stone and has thus ascended to godhood. He is the God of Joy, Mercy, and Compassion. Do you think there will be any issues or conflicts between him and either Sarenrae, Calistria, or Cayden Cailean?

Hmm. I have not heard of this. If it is indeed true, that is a matter for the gods. However, I doubt Sarenrae or Calistria will let it become a problem.

And fourth and please forgive me on this one for it is a hypothetical question. The whole of existence is vast and there are worlds with there own gods and gods from other places may not go. Say you were to somehow find yourself there and thus cut of from Sarenrae's Light. I assume you would persist in your faith of the Dawn flower but would you be willing to let another benevolent god grant you their light in her stead until such a time as you found your way back within Her sight?

Sarenrae may grant her strength and understanding in many forms. While you might view such a circumstance as being "cut from Her Light", I would know Her Light anywhere...even if it was given by a "different" face.

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Dear Kyra Sief al Kiraan,

My question is of the utmost intrest and is related to almost everyone who reads this. What is your thought apon which anywhere between 2 to 10 people gather around a large table with multiple sheets of parchment and toss Icosagons on the table. Instead of leaving the table with money as usual gambling habits, these people will walk away with memorable experiances with creatures they have never met and are most likely imaginairy, if not somewhat in resemblence of actual people. This happens frequently where I live and it has become a concern to many people, who think that spending money on hefty tomes, large tables, small miniature figurines, and large quanteties of polyhedrons made of bone or other plastics to be, simply put, of an insane level.

Also, why aren't people wearing enough hats lately?

Your devoted Paladinian friend,
Tirq


whose armor looks better , Kyra's or Selah?

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Tirq wrote:

Dear Kyra Sief al Kiraan,

My question is of the utmost intrest and is related to almost everyone who reads this. What is your thought apon which anywhere between 2 to 10 people gather around a large table with multiple sheets of parchment and toss Icosagons on the table. Instead of leaving the table with money as usual gambling habits, these people will walk away with memorable experiances with creatures they have never met and are most likely imaginairy, if not somewhat in resemblence of actual people. This happens frequently where I live and it has become a concern to many people, who think that spending money on hefty tomes, large tables, small miniature figurines, and large quanteties of polyhedrons made of bone or other plastics to be, simply put, of an insane level.

Also, why aren't people wearing enough hats lately?

Your devoted Paladinian friend,
Tirq

My thought upon this strange, and complicated, custom is:

Everyone needs a hobby. If this one does no harm, and brings enjoyment to those that engage in it....then well done.

I am not sure why people do not wear protective head gear. Why just the other day, my decorative crest was snapped off by a hobgoblin attack. The armorer I met in the tavern has assured me this can be easily fixed.

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Steelfiredragon wrote:
whose armor looks better , Kyra's or Selah?

They serve different purposes. In my opinion, Seelah's looks better from the standpoint of keeping attacks at bay...but I am not strong enough to bear the weight of her armor for long.

If I were agile enough, and had need for convenient storage for a dozen (or two) knives, certainly Merisiel's armor would look better to me.

I generally prefer my own armor....it grants me protection, and the freedom of movement I need to move around the battlefield, healing and aiding others.


Aside from Merisiel, who is the most likely to strip and bath in front of everyone like they weren't there/didn't notice them/just doesn't care?

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Twigs wrote:

Could you possibly outline the correct method for bringing an evildoer to justice? Is the loss of a hand or branding fitting punishment for brigands and monsters? As a priest of mercy and healing, is this too far? Would you heal these evildoers if they repented and lived according to the Dawnflower's teachings for a set period?

I'm looking to play a particularly ruthless zealot of Sarenrae, harsh and cruel as the desert, but ultimately fair. How do I stay in the goddesses favour? How far is too far in bringing evil men to the light?

Now for some more inconsequential questions...

1. How do those shawls of yours hold up in the varisian cold?
2. What's the worst line Valeros has ever used?
3. What do you think of Sajan?
4. Do you use your scimitar two-handed?
5. Do you have a favourite food from your homeland?
6. From Avistan?
7. What do you like to drink?
8. What is your most treasured posession?

Ah, Twigs. My apologies for not having the time to address your questions. Pursuing evil is not for the weak-willed. You must be strong in your faith of the Everlight, and in your resolve. You must always look to the potential that evildoers can repent, and that given a choice between good and death, good will be their choice.

Lopping off hands or burning their flesh is pointless. It only encourages spite and hatred. It is also NOT good. Also, do not "play" at being ANYTHING in the service of Sarenrae. Be serious. Be faithful. Be devoted. Show compassion. Show mercy. But be prepared to exact justice.

Your questions....(sigh)
1. Not well, unless you count "Endure Elements"
2. I don't know. I never stick around to hear him finish one.
3. He's nice. A little intense. And quiet. I admire his personal strength.
4. No. I apparently need it free to heal party members....Meri. Valeros. Yes, that is a reference to YOU two.
5. Baklava. I love baklava.
6. There are these meat pie pocket things we have occasionally, with potatoes and spices. Very nice.
7. sharbats
8. My holy symbol, given to me by the High Priestess in Katheer. Well, that, and the few items I have left from my home as a child.

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Belle Mythix wrote:
Aside from Merisiel, who is the most likely to strip and bath in front of everyone like they weren't there/didn't notice them/just doesn't care?

(sigh) You have to ask? Valeros, of course. Although Amiri could care less (or would cleave an ogler in two). And Lini is fairly free spirited, but she often just disappears into the forest to bathe.


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Belle Mythix wrote:
Aside from Merisiel, who is the most likely to strip and bath in front of everyone like they weren't there/didn't notice them/just doesn't care?
(sigh) You have to ask? Valeros, of course. Although Amiri could care less (or would cleave an ogler in two). And Lini is fairly free spirited, but she often just disappears into the forest to bathe.

Peak and risk being cleaved in two... Maybe I should watch from a distance using a spyglass.

And I think Lini's leopard friend would e... er, stop intruders.


What is the Dawn Flower's view of the use of firearms by her faithful?


*runs into the thread, stopping just long enough to pant a bit before speaking*

Come quick, Meri needs some help!


YAY!

Am find little singy not-gobbo! <clap clap>

DANCE AND SING! DANCE AND SING!

tosses gold piece at Lem while hopping from one foot to the other

ooooooo

pritty far away lady with choppa!

why you wear bedsheet? You tired?

Good room down road at inn. Mostly cheep if give innman hard-eye

mebbe later you try out right?


Kyra, I've a bit of a spiritual conundrum. I'd like to serve a deity of alchemy, invention, and transformation; unfortunately, the only such one is Haagenti, a demon lord. How, then, shall I fulfill my religious need?

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Kyra, will there ever be a deity with the favored weapon: Gun?

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AlgaeNymph wrote:
Kyra, I've a bit of a spiritual conundrum. I'd like to serve a deity of alchemy, invention, and transformation; unfortunately, the only such one is Haagenti, a demon lord. How, then, shall I fulfill my religious need?

Brigh? Pathfinder Chronicles: Gods and Magic, p. 45

Cayden Cailean?
Nethys?
Torag?

As an alchemist myself, I might suggest that you look at what you plan to do with your knowledge.
For example, I have found much medicinal value in herbs and minerals. This has brought me toward the worship of Sarenrae.


Miss, I have a tactical question.

Let's say you are facing a monster (not undead) with absurd spell resistance. Try as you might, nothing gets through. You are in a chamber with only one entrance. That entrance leads to a long hallway. You are low on spells, and the only ally you have is Valeros, but he has been injured somewhat. You have only a few buff spells left.

Would you:

1. Buff Valeros and tell him to get closer, because he attacks slightly faster and might inflict more damage. You'll be supporting him in melee, but he will be in the front. (probably the most tactically sound)

2. Buff yourself and go into close range, because of your slightly better survivability. Valeros will also fight, but more cautiously due to his injuries. (More risk for the party, less risk for V-man)

3. Spread the buffs around, and both of you try to kill the monster ASAP.(the universalist option)

4. Heal V and run as fast as possible. (No need to make a last stand)

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If you encountered say a Lawful Evil creature who didn't want to be redeemed by Sanrae, but at the same time saw fighting you was to much of a burden, so instead asked just to pass without any trouble, would you let that creature get away?


Kyra, you are most lovely and inspirational.

Is the fighter Valeros hard to work with?


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How do you feel about being the most fashionably attired iconic?

Is what you wear standard clerical garb from where you come from or is it something you picked up yourself. Whatever the case whoever came up with it has good fashion sense.

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Kyra Sief al Kiraan wrote:
Smagnavast the Black wrote:

A long-winded, evil diatribe...twice

Seriously, Smagnavast? You are expecting me lend you some "Helpful Hints" on how to remove stains of the innocent from your carpets???

Very well....I have an answer for you:

** spoiler omitted **

I'm thinking that you're being less than totally honest in listing yourself as a 2nd level cleric. :)

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Tirq wrote:
Kyra, will there ever be a deity with the favored weapon: Gun?

When someone ressurects Don Kaye and puts him on the Paizo staff.


What would be your ideal adventuring party, utilizing the other Iconics?


How do you pass the time between battles, aside from giving prayers to your goddess?

Also, what is your opinion on arcane magic? Hopefully your companions have been using it well.


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I am suffering a bit of a crisis, priestess of the Dawnflower. As a priestess of Pharasma, I spend most of my time healing the injured, destroying the undead or working as a mortician. I have tried to walk on a path of altruism and kindness all this time, but each time I see someone suffering, I am overtaken by a gleeful joy like no other. I try not to laugh when reading the last rites for the recently deceased, and I enjoy the pain of others while tending to their wounds. I know all of it is wrong, but for some reason helping others barely sparks any feelings in me. Is there a remedy to this taint?


I know this topic is extremely old but... Are you still answering questions?

If you are, I would like to know if you're able to revive a deceased person. Is that something Dawnflower clerics do on a regular basis or is a very special ritual that requires extra rituals and praying?

(I know the Spell in on her list, I'm asking if is something common to do or if represents a very important faith-demanding action).

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My apologies for leaving so many questions unanswered for so long...

As our party has a respite from adventuring for the time being, I will try and address some of these. I will admit that I spend little time pondering hypothetical situations though. When serving the Dawnflower, many decisions are made in the situation according to our training and deeply seeded faith in Her, and for every situation, there are many choices. Which option you choose determines the next step, and so on. Thus, discussions on situations not yet occurring can be an interesting conversation, but rarely is the answer meaningful...if an answer is even found.


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Kyra, Servant of the Dawnflower,

I would like to ask your opinion of Alahazra and Oloch, What are they like? Do you enjoy their company? how do your discussions end up like? And in Oloch's case, who among the other iconics (current or unannounced) are able to stand or are comfortable with his company?


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Dear Kyra Sief Al Kiraan,

I know you and Merisiel have not yet had the "Lifespan Talk." Do you intend to have it with her? If so, how do you expect it to go? Also, considering Merisiel's proclivities is your relationship an open one?

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Are you DUNGEONPROOOOOF?! WAHAHAHAHAHA!!!


Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
Are you DUNGEONPROOOOOF?! WAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

Someone needs a potion of calm emotions. Or they need to switch to decaf.

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Kyra Sief al Kiraan wrote:
Damar wrote:
Kyra Sief al Kiraan wrote:


I know nothing of you. However, if your heart is true and good, and you follow the tenets written in The Birth of Light and Truth, then there is always hope that our destinies may one day cross.

Do you consider being an assassin and partially undead(father was a vampire...very long story) having a good heart?

Do you like my neckless? *shows kyra the neckless of tongues* its made of keepsakes from all my victims so they don't die in vain and will always be remembered.

I suggest you stay over 30 feet away from me then.....

Is the reach of your Goddess that short? Perhaps you should switch sides... when it comes to upholding the Law the reach of Asmodeus knows no limits. And we're not nearly as bloodthirsty as the average Andoran.

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Who is the best God/Goddess after Sarenrae?

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